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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY JUNE 11, 1873.
f JBSD OPUAIIOCNE.
mm likhak ,
isad Hcneflt teiide-i liy the rhlloTliespiiiii
Club to the
KPISCOPAL CHURCH HOME,
"J EvcmIbc, Jmm la, !.::.
n which occasion will be presented Pllerlne
lanious drama, EVEM N W1LN)N ; or. The
MxfcR of Km if. And the roarlas laic .
.V BiLEMT PKOTtOOK.
Mr. A. W. TAYLOU, the great Ovmuast an.:
IrapeBe Artist, will appear.
f)WS Twenty -Ave head good acclimated
V; milch-ooas. Apply to
Jell BO tils PDINTKR. 5 Uiui) M.
I wish to sell, or exchange Tor
tie to husin, niy reM'ienee
ue. Jut ouM:d of the city.
at ic-mn National H vk.
(lOTl'AUK A neat cottage at huntyn Ma
I tion. five miles et of city, on Use Mem
phis nd - narleston railroad. Api-ly to
KD1N A.WPIirsVUKin, UK Mailiannat.
i V KiXiNG-Iu liermsmown, 'ieuu.. oon
taiuing alx rooms, kitchen, dlnlng-r-oiu.
a nd all neceaaary outhouses. Possession gl veil
immediately. App'y to
L. A. HHODES.on premlnaa,
1cl0 or to :6 ain street, riiy.
fP) MERCHANTS Having determined t.
1 change our business, we oOi-i at cost ou;
stock ol UboceiIbs an I Plantation scp
rt.iaa. Parties deatrlng goo-is in our line can
s:i e money by calling upon us. Our store, S71
rroat street, one of the beat Mauds in the
cit , 1 (or rnu
Je7 FMITH, NEEL A CO.
wM KVAvrs A eil white female cook
C3 with husband, preferred: alao. a white
woman to do houaet
mile east of city. I
ply at Keck 'a, corner.
Mm 10 lo 12 a.m.
JTAM PS m m or
t Kevenuc istamji.
sli and iron.
. fer lire reijuircl. Ap-
ieale and Second Ktrecis,
leas ..f C nited Stat,.
X.. Appeal office .
(iood dining-room roan; Ilbeinl
( all for two days ou Captain
3 wagea n'd.
J. J. Andrews PeatHalv Hotel.
I I ELI Spring- or wat
IX !ic!,, white or colon
3 and Hr
t 2U Keeo
usehold Oo.'. of all kinds, bong I: i
id street. II. T. Hl N'JTT
per day, and 12 worn
e a M. HAKKiK.
ten at fc! 23
. Apply to
LEANING -Vaults and cisterns to clean
at ! Seeond street.
J. D. FOX.
ITCATI'iN A" book-keeper, by a young
O inai, wnn good city reterences and iiuio Ii
i in employer. AiKlrevs
NAP1KK. P.O. lrox IS.
idlsnu street, a sewing
mine, who can cut am
EtlVANT No. 1 white woman, wlthou
O hualiand or children, and well recoiu
mended, to do general housework cook, wash
milk, etc. a healthy town six boars run fron
M- tn phis, on the Memphis ami I.. .. ...
1 railroad. Apply at ROOM NO.
Kit Williams Clock, comer Second and starti
on si reets. Je4
ftne top-buggy, cheap.
y :tt7 FROXf
MACHINERY A horse-power, gin and
press all nearly new, wil be sold cheap,
at Jill t-cond street.
RESIDENCE Beautiful residence, six acres
of ground, on rallruad, twenty minutes
from city; fine garden, orchard, lawn and
grove: stables, well of good water; churches
school in i nruediate vicinity; splendid
neighborhood. Terms low and n-a-ouahle.
ildres, V. l . J., care Appeal orhVe.
M ARES A very elegant pair of matched
mares; drive splendidly, either double oi
single; per.ectly gentle, and are good road-
i.easou lor selling, owner nas no use
lori.iem. Inquire of J. R. McCl'LI.EKM,
tel at Adams st eet stable
IT CATION As governess, by a lady com
Detent to teach the English brancne
viood referencea given. Address
je2 CIVKA, care Appeal office.
I 1 " RNITURK, ETC.To pay the hlghesi
1? prloe for second-hand lurnilure, stoves,
feathers, carpets, etc., atdlO eecond street.
jf i h. m. goroug
HOARD Cheap, in a private family, by i
voting lady that is willing to make hei
self useful. Ail'dre Ij. M.. this office. Jel
PPRENriCE To learn the hair-drussiia:
J buslneaa. Apply at the halr-dreaum.
mantifactorv, 41 Main street.
mv.il FERIiINANO HRLHOMME.
r.ASH BLDE Evers family to use Bein-
ipkIikus to.'s w ash ME myat)
1 I Ol'SE No. Xtl Jefferson street extended
Ii STS by 148 feel; at a bargsjn for cash, or
on long tune. B. hlake.
A. M BOYD,
Jel 3?W Front street
i OTTAG A coitage. aud lea or .cnty
' ' acres oi land. In sitit oi I berry satl n.
". Memphis and Charleston ra.lroad; dm ap
for cash; or part rash, bai -net-on tune. Ap
ply lO J . a. ' i' . ' I . . II,
I'.nom S. Conrt Fn'ldiiig. Memplii-. Tet n
-v e are i
If Cirvs AND till
Tl from day to day, fresh tnu es and hursts.
of our own selection, bousht low for rash ai.d
tor sale accordingly. All guara- teed as repre
sented, j.b. I h-A
my2S Oonrt Square stables
i (ciV tsecond-uand top buggy, newly
1 painted, and In good order. Apply at
.Morgan's t wrriage Khop, vir'seend street.
'WO OOTiAliE HOl'tsEts AND LaTs 1
and 4-7 l. uden street, near Oneaus
containing thtee rooms and the oldei
two, with kitchen to each; having Just
:icergoue moroutii recairs, anil renieci u
kood paying tenants; lots J by li.- feet each
h:gn and well dralneo. wun p cimh: neu
fence. Will be sold at a BARGAIN, on close
payments, if applied to soon, at -Tn Front
- -r. J. C DAVIS 4 co.
J AND, ETC. m acre Big Creek timbered
a land 12 miles north of city and 1 niiler
east ; Mt-u ruts ana r unic:. :at.roud:
Liol, 30 by 90, at Central Point, on Spring st.:
; ttxM secina-nana tngine, iu Dyxt; i gooc
s- '-on J-hand Engine, hi by 112; 1 pair good
small seam boat Engines, s by 24; 1 good
is, . .nd-hanl Portable Engine, v by Is, ai
t' raa; 1 good ft-horse Portable Engine;! good
. . nd-haiid Boiler, 8s inches by 16 feel; 1 good
smau nue Moii-rana otie.vti.it Kimwies steair
1'iimn. The above Land. Del and aiso En
g:: e and Rollers will be sold low and on fa
vorable terms. Apply t
RANi'LE t HEATH,
Chickasaw Iron Works,
Nos. (6, W, 10U, UU, hM and lt Second street,
apll Memphis, Tennessee
s) -J ACRSB OF EA.ND In lots from ter
- Jr to twenty acres, on both sides of til
V. :s-fss1pp: and Tennessee Railroad. five miles
from Memphis; aw map and address
;.-' No. Z19 Madison street.
NE span mules, wagon, harness, license.
dray. Harness mi . ..use. Adams sireet
I 'Hill HI HlgtllHM & UCNN. Adams st.,
I i have for sale some of the most tubeian
t al and elegantly finished slatiooarv englnet
tn the United States. The Exposition ei git. -so
much admired by thousands, is among the
number. It Is So- horse power. Gentlemen de
s.ring engines for mills, etc., should call and
examine. For simplicity and strength they
are not to be excelled. feU
i, NGINE A W-horse power engine and
Fj bollT. with duiuds and a lot of 10-lnct
y belt, inquire al
BANKING OFFICE The banking office,
corner Maulson and Krotil streets, occu
pied for man years by D. R Molloy. President
: Memplns hife and General insurance Co.
A ure-proo vault, and fixtures, go with the
oflice. lis he-atlou recommends It as beint;
tin last place m town for a bank or broker's
office. Apply to
jell Jo-sEPH LENOW, M Union street.
II i il si: Furniture for sale; location unsui
II passed; long lease; house now full nl
orders, lo a party a lio will buy Iheturni
t ..it- about lsou worth- the pavmelits ,11 l
... None but those having some cash need
Apply. Autiress, wun uaaue '
H. H.. this office.
jKKVASI A woman to do housework;
O good home and liberal wages to suitable
erson. Apply al once to
my 27 N . P , Ml Main street.
H IN E UFFK E. 23 Main i
EN To employ, in a light and pleasant
business, a few more energetic young
nen, prompt pay. at V ICTOK SEWING MA-
'OOK CANVASSERS For city and conn-
try. Apply at :u. f-ec ;i is;., ei.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
BOOMS AND B 1ARO Hrvenl elegauth
IV furuisLe l and delightful summer looms,
in a large and well ventilated building, wltii
first -clans ooard. Apply at
" Mi MADISON ST..
)e5 Southwest comer Third and Madison.
BOARD Room pleasant In summer. Duv
board, H a week, at la Mulberry street.
I lOOMs Good furnished rooms, with boaid.
i . JM Third si., bet. Adams and Washington.
HEWAUD strayed, on the 2d Inst., n
sorrel home. Id bands hiah, loDg rail, s
naa sH.t i e-mar as, ant wmte u aa
foreheaa Und on end o
O. V. MARGERI M,
;oot, white spot
-The planters complain of teo mu.'i
- SomelKxly cot wet at the uicnic last
The first circuit court adjourns to
Emeline Lasheari. a colored woman
living on Quimiiy street, cuniplains be-
ause uer mule nas tasen stolen.
The young ladies of the Armour in
stitute and their friends will enjoy a
reunion on the thirteenth instant.
The Daily Appeal is alwavs on
file in Colonel Sam B. Jones's railroad
irflee, No. ol9 Broadway, New York.
The detective force of thecitv are on
i big hunt, and when the trame ii cap-
M will have achieved quite a victory. :
Accordiug to the Ledger, the Court j
velvety turf, glorious
Old " Gayoso." Court cleaned and
whitewashed, sowers cleared and pro
tectexl, vaullawnk thirty-seven fewt in
to the Hand, all hard oases ouated by
Esquire Elliott's efficient officers, new
pumps put up. and we venture to say no
hotel is iu a better sanitary condition.
" Temperance rules," and not a case of
sickness in the inauon.
Wry few participated in the river
picnic of the Yoong Men's Christian as
sociation yesterday, despite the golden
jeio sunsnine and rclreftltinfi; breezes. Last
nifciit the heavens were gloomed by
dark storm-clouds, and the lightning
ana ram prevented the chartered steam
er from making the moonlight exenr-
eatbers siou. instead of siiver-iremmed ware-
lets, the water was glistening under the
A handsome woman is rarely popu
lar with her rivals, while women all
praise a homely woman. A handsome
woman is a rival and outshines, while
the commonplace creature seta off the
charms of those having the slightest
pretensions to Issauty. This often ac
counts wlien you hear little harsh criti
cisms upon beauty, for the milk in the
little cocoanut, which the sweet crea
ture t arries about ou the northern apex
of her vertebra-.
Mr. A. J. Murray sends us the follow
ing: Editors Appeal While stand
itifrat my front door Sunday, at half-past
three o'clock in the afternoon. I saw a
brilliant meteor start from directly
above me, and it shot along and burst
at about an angle of thirty degrees
Hoove the horizon. It appeared like a
ball of fire, leaving a tail of sparks be
hind it similar to a sky rocket. Its color
was of a lieautful Vermillion, vellow
and silver. When it burt a dull thud
was heard, sparks flew at all angles, and
it soon disappeared. I was standing
iK'tweeu it and the sun. Day meteors
are rarely seen, and this was a magnifi
cent one in color.
The Tipton Rerard tiays us this
handsome compliment: "The prosperi
ty of the Appeal is creditable to the
city of Memphis. It shows that the
business men or the Bluff City know-
how to appreciate a live daily paper for
tunate! v for them one of the very best
in the country. The Appeal comes to
us every day freighted with interesting
news, and we never glance over its col
umns without a feeling of gratifica
tion, not unmixed with almost involun
tary gratitude toward its accomplished
and public-spirited managers." We
ihank our contemporary, and promise
to renew our efforts to sustain the high
character the Appeal has earned under
In yesterday's Appeal mention
was mane of the arrest of Dan Anderson.
nlored, for stealing a watch from a Mr.
Davis, of Helena, while on the steam
boat en route for this city. Anderson
commenced drinking with a negro
aanaed John Hays, and stole the wat h
rom him. It was Havs who stole the
watch at Helena, and when he found it
lad been stolen from him on the boat
he immediately proceeded to a police
man here and told him of the loss. He
said the watch had been left him by a
dead master as an evidence of his serv
ices while a slave. The negro called
Anderson turns out to be Dan McDon
ald, and must have an unusual felonious
talent, as he is able to steal a stolen ar
ticle from a brother thit-f.
We regret to say that the Hebrew
picnic, which, early in the day yester-
dap, bid fair to be the success of the sea
son, and all that its projectors hoped for,
was suddenly adjouruetl by the drench
ing rain, which .for two hours poured
down with resistless volume, utterly
I prohibiting anything like travel, not to
I speak of out-door so joy menu rhe ar
rangements were of so excellent a char
acter, so perfect, that we had hoped our
Hebrew fellow-citizens would realize
handsomely from their exertions, but
the weather willed it otherwise. The
picnic should, and no doubt will, be re
peated on a day and evening when the
disaster of yesterday can be more than
made up for.
A negro named Thomas H. Cham
bers visited his neighbor, Aunt Lucy,
rPAjf She Refuted Ithn, by Lorraine,
is a novel that, without having read It,
it is safe to say, Is readable and interest
ing. The imprint of Lipplncott be
speaks that much.
Through Young A Broa., under Odd
Fellows' hall, the oldest booksellers now
in the trade, we received yesterday the
following works, Just issued from the
press of Iiippincott ot Co., of Philadel
phia: Her Majesty, the Queen, a novel, by J.
Eaten Cooke, will be found a pleasant
book with which to while away the
hours of these warm summer days,
which, without, might hang as heavily
aa leauen-tooted time."
Jitisure Moments is a liook of poems
by H. Helen Nunez, most of
which have already found their way
to the politic, and met witbfdrairation
and approval. Ea their present very
tempting rorm we predict for them a
Rertm-m and Rrdemrttion, or the Oos-
pd i it AscrU Itself, by liobert Baker
White, D. D., with a prefatory tetter by
He v. ir. escott, or San a rancisco. in
this time of doubt and scepticism this is
a book for wide dissemination. It is full
of ready-made arguments for clerics who
would combat the great and growing ar
my of doubters, and is emphatically a
book for the times.
st. littis City o VicsrSBuan 10 a.ra
Arkansas river ..Ut i .' p. in
Cincinnati Hknkv PaonAsro Spjn
Ktiais i'olnt Phil AhUlf p.m
City of Vlekshnrg
George C. Wolff
..New t irleans
, Red river
Commonwealth ...... ft. Louis
A.. J. White. Hapoleoii
St. Francis ...WIUs!iurg
George C. Wolff.. m. Louis
Henry Probasco. City of Vickshurg.
Mineral Springs of Worth in America ;
How to R'.ach, and How to Use Them
by Dr. J. J. Moorman, is a book that
should find a place on every book
shelf in the country. It is
such a work as has long been
needed not only by the medical faculty
and summer tourists, but by those who,
unable to leave their homes, would yet
avail themselves of the medical virtues
of the healing waters.
The Man- Woman, or the Temple,
the Hearth,- the Street, by Alex
ander Dumas, fils, translated by
George Vaudenboff, is a book that
may be read by the class
who will read everything, but we doubt
the propriety of its general dissemina
3ion. Good it is in many respects, but
we doubt its fitness for indiscriminate
circulation. It is somewhat after the
Woodhull-Claflin style of publication,
though, of course, pervaded by a genius
that neither of these women can lay
Persons desiring rooms in the most
healthful location in the city are invited
to examine those for rent at 392 Shelby
street. They are unsurpassed the view,
the circulation of fresh air, are unsur
passed. LOt lSVILLE (ilFT COXCEBT.
This enterprise has for its oblect the
establishment of a great free library in
Louisville. The trustees have purchased
a splendid building, and have placed in
it the nucleus of a fine library and muse
um. They propose to give another con
cert on the eighth of July next. They
have already "five hundred thousand
dollars " in bank, and this has been set
apart for the payment of gifts, so that a
full drawing is guaranteed. The object
is worthy, and the scheme is correctly
advertised as the grandest scheme of the
age. Such of our readers as desire to se
cure tickets must act promptly, as the
time is near at hand and but a remnant
of tickets unsold.
' uair.iiiM is v ei eiv turf, r onous i...i .i -u -j
,.T i.., . , i.u e -ii . s, - insi utuui, Ai me niiuri ut ruutiu auti
"'To 1 ouiver ana i Jefferson streets, and had a quarrel. He
assaulted Aunt Lucy and attempted to
The annual commencement of St.
gnes academy will take nlace on
rue-day morning next, the seventeenth
. :: tClf.RY-UWKL.LIXU-The grocery anc
u wetting .o. i luua street, cneisea, for
meily owned and occupied by John Huber
iut.utreof W. J. CLEMENTS.
leS corner Third anl Auction streets.
ils three looms lor rent at No. lie
Alabama street. Apply
I iN fHE PREMISES.
KSIDENCr Pleasant residence. JUDesot
; eiirbt rooms. App.y at 2 Mam si
' ii.M i iieap O'Nid rvs'iit-, lo partin
il tsuiug lo is mm menisci s. uall al
IK. MAIN ST
. IRES- Fin.
-t reet ; reasoi
to Josepu I. Au
with cellars, on Erou
ut for summer. Appl
& Eronl street. jeo
EwlOKSCL- Newly furnished, on Cynlhu.
street. Appiv to
M KlHslCK 4k TURLEY, Madison st
C'OTTAUE-The four new cottages on Heal
I street, near Turley , are ready lor use
M. H. WADDELL,
Jal 210 tssaJe street.
1 -EM a UMMMSS. ami one storeroom on
J Main street. Apply to
Ml HAL, Ml t R.S A MN EEl),
Z7S Ma. a street.
uoMs- tnfuruisbed, the beat in thee
(or rent, al Mi sheloy street. no
d lOTTAUE A pretty cottage, in complete
j order, with six rooms, cistern, large gai
utn, elc ; a.ker avenue, ou Hernando sneer
latlroaa. between Hernando road and Elm
wood emetery.conven.ent U state lemaif
i ollege. Apply at ufflce of 1 ay lor a Rui.aud,
.sio r ront street, or t Lioon street. uiy n
, LEAH ANT RESllDaJtlCK L'ulon st.; (
I rooms. Apply to R. t. Pc'RTLOcK, wliT
tiiglil Bros. A Co. myia
EIlEN"t E on Vance street. Dear st
Agnes. Inuulie at this office, or at r rank
FOR SALE OR RENT.
1 KsIIiKN'CE That elegant and comforta
IV ble three-story bilca residence on seconc
comer of i be alley between Wasblugtoi.
and Poplar Mf., No. I7H. containing iZ or H
" all in eomplete and moe order: recent
ly r papered and painted ; very suitable for a
lios rdi aghonse.
Also Lot on north side of Jefferson street,
tttjxu',, feet ; has a good shed on it suitable for
eotton-ahed . stock-yard, or any purpose. Will
be rented or sold on easy terms.
my 3S Madison street, op-stairs.
REkILiENCK A handsome suourban resi
dence, situated ou the Memphis and
t liarleston Railroad, al UUl's huaiion, 2
miles east of Cou:l Kiuart, conuuning six
i-s.ios. k ucheu and ou i houses, all new, with
in ne slious grounds and fine garden spot at
liu ned. Kor erms apply al the office of the
til i.iie I l.su ' .intMoitsP
s-) KtWAIih A I. roan Canary-bird. The
W ahc.ve reward will be paid the finder 11
lett at ss i ourt street. je10
MUN EV On Alabama, Poplar, Adams, or
High street, the sum of six do.lars and
sevenly-ove centa. The fioder of same wil)
please return It to aw Alabama street. lellt
CI A NE- between my residence aud the city
poslofflcs, an ebony goid-headed cane,
vitb the name of " A. B. Shaw " ou the head
praaenud to me by his widow and daughter
A liberal reward will be paid ui u its return
to the Appeal office. C. if. Mi tKAN
i Poplar sueet Boulevard.
I" IK- IMi-lu an ElmwcMsl street -car, or
1 j 1 rom C lark's corner on Madison to lhird
s reet. a pearl Jet ear-ilng. The finder will be
it winded o ii-aing it at this office. je;
stab her to the heart with an ugly knife,
wnicn, fortunately, sne warded on. A
severe cut was received by the negress
iu her left wrist, which bled profusely.
William Breckinridee. colored, who i Chambers fled and Aunt Lucy's hus-
was s'.iot by Dan Tracer, at Fort Pick- hand went in search of a policeman.
ering, will survive his wounds. Tracev i During his absen Chambers returned,
is in jail. and seizing a rocKing-chair, broke it to
The want column of the Appeal is ' p18 oVr me woman's head, mtUc-tins
.ue of iu most interesting features. It 1 " vel7 ugly cul 111 , "ouuu. JJespite
s a is-rfect picture of every dav life in glenng ram-drops and the dashing
Memphis. i iigtiiemug, sergent Arratta arrested
A drunken man was nicked ud i i .
from the pavement on trout street, near . . . - . ,
Monroe, yesterdav, and draved to the' U',L u,mK, laiuoMjmi ui un
statiouhouse. i n,Knt exceeds auyming ever Known oy
1- - ... . . . . , me sage ana wie "oiuest mnaonaut.
v-nil of ,f S?! k We" l t&ke How many inches fell we are not ad
.I3B i ''"tomw&ndmake:, butJ we can Mv truly that our
TJlSlTiZ th" AppEAU ! streets were flooded midway, and many
is the time to make business. 1)f tLoHe iu tbe ?uburDS ,mpl48
Itosauua Brown, the two hundred able. The Chelsea line of cars were
tnd tifty-pound wife of the dead thief, j stopped for awhile on account of it, and
as tried in the criminal court vester-' manv of th.wk on lieale street worv
Jay tor larceuy, and discharged.
Annie Morris, colored, has been ar
etited for stealing various household ar
ticles, among them silver spoons
'orks. She is in tbe statiouhouse.
stalled iu an impassable slough. Trees
were beaten down almost to the ground,
and Bayou Gavoso foamed like a mad
and "mountain torrent, rushing impetuously
, to join ine Mississippi, bearing along,
-K J. Maloney was releused from the I
let us thank tiod, the accumulated tilth
ustody of the law yesterday, the crimi- i WD,CC our 1 n .ame g rwisea
nal court jury .-eturniug a verdict of not "1'?ve' "fP8 tf S .ll
wvuiu urcuusic i lie cut tiiej sic utteiiy
! unworthy to govern.
A school superintendent across the
river, having derived his ideas of the
erred both during the morning and relative worth of male and female teach-
uvui vw" uwi ww vij ctvruiVQviru II1C
following note to a young lady who
wishes to teach: "mi deer
miss Yoore of inqueery is
guilty of fraudulent breach of trust.
The steamboat excursion yesterday
iini last niKttl was not
Inancial Miint of view
a success in a
The raiu inter- :
The favorite black kitten belonging
'o the Adams street statiouhouse has
uysieriousiy disappearel. ine man
gest receavetl A at hand fc contents
rinding this kitteu should return her oteJ A r win my thiB mvU.h that we
i mmediatelv . grateJy in kneed of some good teach
ers if yoo air prepaired to undergrow a
sewear examination in spellin, arramer,
A fraction such as I always conduct mi
self come on to once. P. 8. how would
you like to enter the konnubial state
there air a grate many young men of
high tone, A superior mental acquire
ments here who air red hot for a wife,
Last night officer P. Walsh arrested
.lake Ackerman for beiug a notorious
ibief and pickpocket. Jake is an old
.art tier of Marengo Joe, aud hast just
trrived froni Little Rock.
A demented individual, who insist
ed that an Adauis street friend kept " a
talking machine that could speak any
.anguage, was put in the statiouhouse ; and if yHi play your kards d d sharp
esterda,y for safe keepiug. j you wuni teach long. Yowrs in re-
J. Musso, assessor for the tenth j"!- w. w. b."
ward, will I at Pendergrast's, corner I The following resolution passed at
South and Main streets,-to-day for the! the last meeting of the Savannah chain
purpose of giviug delinquent tax-payers ' her of commerce: ''Whereas, arrange-
last opportunity to settle. ! ments have just been perfected between
C. W. Ennls'and B. K. Norman, the I Railroad and Banking corn-
nice young meu iroin New Orleans, P""-' " luc uu vruio
were tried tor indulging in three-cani
Sale or Storehouse No. 213 Main
Street To-Morbow. By reference to
the advertisement it will be seen that
the terms of sale have been so modified
as to place that valuable property with
in reach of a greater number of compet
itors by extending the deferred pay
ments over a period of eighteen months.
TREZEVANT 4 Co.. Auctioneers.
New Patent Self-Ventilating Ameri
can Refrigerators at H. Wetter & Co.
Joe Locke, 236 Main street, has a
ae assortment of stationery, books
all the late monthlies, weeklies ami
Waggrneb, 3174 Main street, has the
finest merchant-tailoring establishment
in the city; the largest assortment of
goods fresh from the hands of the im
porter. N etjril. Instantaneous cure for ueu-i-&lgia
G. W. Jones A Co. sell it
Gentlemen who wish to dress ele
gantly, and at the same time save money,
should go at once to Waggener's, 317
Main street. He is doing a C. O. D. busi
ness no bad debtx: small profits.
Use Rumford Yeast Powders. All
grocers sell them.
Chief of Police Athy was again
confined to his room yesterday, but we
nope ne wuu ne out to-day.
Colonel Butterfield, one of the
builders of the Mississippi and Grenada
railroad, came up the river last evening.
and is on .hi way to Hot Springs, Ar
Colonel A. J. Hays, of Arkansas,
not having the fear of the associated
Eress cboiera-infantum reports before
is eyes, is speeding a few days at the
feabody. hie is iu admirable health.
Captain George W. Cheek return
ed from Washington yesterday, where
he interviewed the government heads as
to the disposition ot the heads of the
Modecs, and obtained about as much in
formation as he had before he went
W. J. L. Holland, EsQ.,of the Holly
Springs Reporter, is at the Peabody ho
tel. The Reporter has ever been a fa
vorite aud profitable advertMruz medi
um with the merchants of Memphis.
its circulation nas oeen largely increased
recently, which fact it will be well for
advertisers to remember, as the business
Colonel H. J. Smith, New Orleans;
J. Morgan Smith, New York; A. M.
Thornton, Alabama; A. J. Bigby, Pitts
burg, Pennsylvania; JoUn B. Uoveut,
Chicago, Illinois; J. P. Wallace, E. F.
Mctehee, I bos. . Wilson. Mississippi :
D. G. Lane, St Lotus . D. A. Butter
field, Mississippi; Thos. O. Stone, Lou
isiana, are at tbe Peanody hotel.
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
bead ; tt
w ih wk
ight sorrel in are, about ii
rsnded " L. G."on left hip.
ne face. Two colts one a
old, small while spot in
ark hay, about 2 Tears old,
ud one white loot A lihe
aid for their return to
MARE Ou Hunday uijht lasl. a dark
sorrel rnare, white face, nine years old.
atjuitl fifteen hands high; collar-marks on
sunn dej. Anyone returning har will he re
w,"rded F KRA.NaI.ANU,
(Hi t slice street.
inonte, aud in default of three thousand
dollars bail, sent to jail by the recorder.
The fountain "to be or not to be''
erected in Court square will be fourteen
feet high and Is to cost fifteen hundred
dollars, of which amount two hundred
and thirty dollars have been subscribed.
Yesterday, at the instance of Cap
tain Him Barinds, a man named K. I
Heuning was arrested for reckless driv-'
me aud inteiruntinir a colored nroces- i
- it ui at the corner of Adams and Second
-St. Louis, Louisville, Cairo, and Cin- i
cinnati "go for" Memphis on the cholera
sensation. But Memphis has no cholera '
ud gets eveu bv panicking Nashville,
from which city there is a fearful exodus
-Hon. S. W. Doreey, of Arkansas;
Hon. A. A. Freeman, of Brownsville;
G. A. Adams and L. Eilich.of this city, ;
sailed from New York for Eurojie Juuel
i in, tne steamer being the Celtic of the
W hite Star line.
The Polk-Kirtland case, in the sec
ond chancery court, is set for the twen
ly-tbird instant. The
make, it is thought, three thousand
paged, lor me investigation oi tne su- i
(ireme court judges.
John Campbell was found guilty of I
larceny by a jury in the criminal court I
yesterday, and allowed thirty days in
the county jail. Thomas Williams", col
ored, charged with carrying concealed :
weapons, submitted his case, and was
fined ten dollars.
Mr. Christian Kughn, an aged gen
tleiuan from Peoria, Illinois, arrived j
here yeaterday in search of his son John I
Kughn, who came to Memphis the thir- I
tieth of May. He is fearful his sou in '
either sick, or has died a stranger, and 1
mieu a suauger a grave.
railroad company, and the St. Louis
and Iron Mountain railroad company
and tbe Savannah and Memphis rail
road company, by which the railroad of
the last named company will be rapidly
constructed to a connection with the
Mobile and Ohio railroad to Corinth,
thus giving to Savannah a short and con
tinuous all-rail line to St Louis, the
queen city of the west; Resolvtd
upon completion of the Savannah and
Memphis railroad, we will be able not
only to ship foreign produce and mer
chandise by the shortest and most direct
route, and at cheapest rates, to the com
mercial center of the great west, but
also to receive in return western grain
and produce, and limitless supplies of
iron and coal.
Last night some excitement was
caused at the statiouhouse ou Adams
street, where it was reported that some
one had stolen twelve diamonds, valued
at fifteen thousand dollars, from Mrs.
Ward, living on the corner of Mosby and
Winchester streets. Captain Cranmer
lieing ordered to exert his detective in
genuity, immediately jumped into a
nack, and made for the place of the
11 1 i V, .. 1 .. . ..
Imrttu.rml ... : I K I Wil 1 1 Irtl CCUJ , SJllii in? wuuu w uc 4
traum npi win fin hWka a foot
1 above low-water mark. Dismissing his
' back when near by, he cautiously ap
proached, after nailing and barely es
caping death from the raging flood on
the extension of Exchange street. He
arrived all muddy at the house, and
found that only a watch worth fifty dol
lars had been stolen by a negro crawling
under the floor and gaining an entrance
by breaking up the hearth. Officer
Cranmer was, of course, under the cir
cumstances, not a little vexed at the ex
S AXE OR EXCHANGE.
Public Speakers am- Kingeks
will flud " Brown's Bronchial Troches "
eiieficial iu clearimt the- voice I a-fore
The Little Rock chamber of mm. ' sntakins: or sineihir. and relievinir th
merce and merchant' exchauge in cou- j throat after any exertion of the vocal
nectiou with the Arkansas Htate agricul-' organs. For Coughs and Cords tbe
l rncnes ate erreciuai.
tp I.M-sHt acres, with
v1. i,,vT. -.renua. Mis-, tictween
. . i. aim i is i. k. K. V 111 sell, or ex
change 101 Memphis or HI. Louis city prop-
ert. w. a. uon,
) !T1 and 37.1 Main street.
1 """ ' ''e ea u.t, one hundred leet
J 4 square, uu i n . i nomas
r c..M(jKaL a 1X1.14 Wash Bins 1 tbe
bast. Ask roar siimr for it
tural aud mex namca: asms-ialioii hsi
opened a large and commodious reading
room, under the management of Major
Blocher, late of the Gazette. It will be
About five o'clock yesterday after
noon a beautiful woman, young and
well-dressed, was seeu lying druuk ou
Monroe street, between Main and Sec-1
oud. A kind-hearted gentleman took '
ine unfortunate being into bis yard and
set her up against th house. Quite a
crowd of spectators m as attracted to the , fHE cheapest aud best Steam Dyeing
!oeue- and Cleaning Hocse in the city is at
It ia surprising to see what changes . :A6 Setoud street, Hunt A Hanson' old
a tew days' hard labor hat made In the stand. thmt walkee.
ALL SIZES AND STYLES,
B. LOWEN3TE1N A BKOS.
Economy For gentlemen to send their
spring and summer clothing to be cleaned
or dyed and repaired, to Hanson A
Walker, 246 Second street, for they
make a specialty of that kind of work.
first tirenit 4 onrt-Hclakell. Judge.
Attorneys must present their bills of
exceptions to-day, as tbe court will ad
journ to-morrow morning.
The Weather awl Rivers.
The weather yesterday was somewhat
variable, beinar intersnersed with rain.
sunshine and clouds, the last prevailing
element at night was clouds with rain
and a stiff breeze from the southeast.
The nver fell six inches during the
twenty-four hours since our last reixirt.
and the level at night was twenty-two
reet ten inches above low-water mark.
Our anticipations, some days since, re
garding a rise in the Arkansas, has been
fully realised. A rise of two feet having
occurred in that stream, at Little Bock
since Sunday night, and last night the
water level was eleven feet six inches
above low-water mark, and the river
still rising. The most Important
changes elsewhere were a rise of 6
Inches at Davenport, 2 inches at Fort
Benton, 4 inches at Kansas City, 7
inches at Keokuk, 6 inches at Leaven
worth, 6 inches at Lexington, Missouri.
7 inches at Nashville, 9 inches at St.
Louis, 6 inches at St. Paul, and 4 inches
at Warsaw, Illinois; also a decline of 6
inches at Cairo, 3 inches at Cincinnati,
3 inches at Louisville, 11 inches at Pa-
ducah, 5 inches at Pittsburg, and 2 at
Shreveport. The Missouri has a chan
nel depth of 12 feet at Yankton, 14 feet
at Lexington, 18 feet at Kansas City,
n leet at Jenerson City, 11 leet at Her
mann and 7 feet at Fort Benton, aud
that is the only upper stream in which
a rise of any magnitude is reported.
Movements of Boats.
But little transpired at thelandingyes
terday or durimr the night previous.
The Commonwealth went up at mid
night Monday with a (rood trio, dis
charging 88 packages here. The City of
vicKsourg came up before dark, last
evening, with 34 bales of cotton and a
good passenger trip and lays over until
ten o'clock this morning. The Cle
burne made an excursion uo the river
during the day, and at night went down
to Reeves's bar, returning at eleven
o'clock. The White and St. Francis
had fair trips out. The Geo. C Wolff
passed up at dark with a light trip.
Bosh to Leave.
The elegant steamer Mary Houston
will be up this morning for Cairo and
The great low-pressure steamer Rich
mond will be here to leave this evening
for New Orleans.
The Great Republic will be down to
morrow morning for New Orleans.
The City of Vicksburgdeparti ut sharp
ten o'clock this forenoon for tt. Louis
and all the coast landings. Captain Rob
ert Riley commands, and Garrett Hulls
The Phil Allin, Captain James Lee,
leaves at five o'clock this evening for
Friars Point and the usual way landings.
The Henry Probasco leaves as above
this evening at -five o'clock for Cairo,
Iiouisville, and Cincinnati. Andy Rob
iusou is her popular commander.
The R. E. Lee leaves here on Hutur
day next for Vicksburg and Ket Or
leans. By Telegraph.
Nashville, June 10. River is rising,
with 3 feet o inches ou the shoals. Ar
rived Lumsden, Cairo.
Little Rock, June 10. The river is
rising, with 14 feet by the gauge.
Departed : John Howard, above.
Pittsburg. June 10. The Mononga
hela has 3 feet 4 inches, and is falling
slowly. No arrivals or departures. Busi
ness very dull.
ViCKSBCBGrJune 10. Weather cloudy
and warm. The river is falling. Down :
H. C. Yeager, Henry Hyte. Cp: Ex
porter, Pauline Carro'l, Capital City.
Louisville, June 10. The river is
falling, with 4 feet 10 inches in the
canal and 3 feet 10 inches in the chute.
Weather cloudy and hot. Little bu
Caiho, June 10. The river has fallen
5 inches. Weather cloudy and warm,
heavy rain all eveuing. Arrived: Col
orado, Vicksburg, 10 p.m.; Rover, St.
Louis, 7 a.m. ; Bon Accord, St. Louis,
4 p.m. ; City of Chester, St. Louis, 8 p.m.
Departed: Colorado, St. Louis, 1 p.m.;
Cincinnati, June 10. River falling,
with 8 feet water iu the channel.
Weather cloudy, showery and sultry.
Arrived: James D. Parker, Memphis;
Sheridan, St. Louis; Kit tic Heigler,
Arkansas river; Messenger, St. Louis;
Minneola and Parker, Pittsburg. De
parted: Hudson, Wheeling; Messenger,
St. Louts, June 10. River is rising
slowly. Weather very sultry and cloudy
with heavy rains during last night and
early this morning. Arrived : Rob Roy,
Keokuk; Alice Brown, New Orleans;
W. H. Brown, Ohio river; Grand Tow
er, Memphis. Departed: Fannie Lew
is Miouri river; Rob Ry, Keokuk;
City of Helena, Vicksburg; Rover,
Evansville, June Id. Weather
cloudy, with a heavy wind-storm, and
deluging rain. Mercury 60 to 75. The
river has fallen 8 inches. Port list
Up: R.ibert Mitchell, 10 p.m.: idle
wild, 7 a.m.; George Roberts, 9 a.m.;
Pat Roger-, (i p.m. Down: Tarascon, 2
jam. ; Arlington, 2 p.m. ; Mary Anient,
3 p.m.; Quickstep, 6 p.m.; generally
with fair to good trips. Business li.ili.
Washington, d. c, June I" '.''or
New England, on Wednesday, wiuda
veering to southerly aud westerly,
cloudy weather and raiu areas are prob
able, with clearing weather on Wednes
day afternoon and night.
For the middle ' States and lower lake
region, winds veering to westerly and
northerly and clear and clearing
from further liability. The application
la pending By a bridge giving way on
the Uaion Paelfic railway on Mtrnday, a
ear with a large tank and barrels con
taining four thousand live California
fish, intended for stocking the west
ern riven, aud lakes, were all
dumped into the Elkhorn river,
rfne of the Missouri tributaries
Captain Mark Cheek and Marsh Miller
are strong adherents of Captain Jack,
the Modoc brave, and declare that by
stretching hemp on his neck the gov
ernment will commit an unparuonable
sin The Cleburne's daylight excur
sion yesterday resulted in but little
profit to the Young Men's christian as
sociation The river has so lar de
clined now that the second floor of Ad.
Storm's elevator is visible, and
will, with a few more inches
of a fall, be ready for service
The Picayune wants those who think
the Natchett can beat the Lee to buy
and send enough coal to the Natcfaea! to
make a run The Mary Houston has
three hundred tens freight and seventy
cabin passengers The Pauline Car
roll, now on her way up from New Or
leans, has a cabin full of passengers aud
eight hundred tons of freight, including
filteen hundred boxes sugar, four hun
dred boxes tin, two hundred and fifty
casks wine, one thousand barrels pota
toes, one hundred and fifty crates, six
hundred barrels cement aud two hun
dred barrels plaster The Exporter,
for Little Rock, left New Orleans Satur
day with five hundred tons railroad iron
and fifty tons freight. She'll double
trip it in the Arkansas Rates from
New Orleans to St. Louis have ad
vanced to twenty cents per hundred
pounds The Emma has laid up
at Vicksburg On the second
instant the Mary Lowry tied up at the
mouth of White river, one hundred and
twenty miles abore Randall, by river,
in consequence of both boilers being
burned. Captain Barr returned to
Sioux City after iron rivets to repair
them, having to travel one hundred
and thirty-five miles by laud as
no boats were due down
After the John B. Maude is painted.
Captains Noel and Garrison contem
plate taking her from St. Louis to St.
Paul on a leisurely pleasure trip, enarg
ing passengers a moderate sum per day '
until she returns. If she goes, her offi-
ean will extend to all Jiemphians a cor
dial invitation to
from Pittsburg The new towboat
Robert Peebles has just been completed
at Cincinnati. She Is of exceedingly
light draught, trimming on lees than
thirty inches with steam up, and a large
amount of coal on board. Her dimen
sions, as follows: Length, one hundred
and forty-seven and a half feet ; beam,
twenty-eight feet: floor, twenty-eeveu
feet; depth of hold, four feet Captain
Maingault's new pleasure boat Econ
omy, now nearly finished at President's
Island, will be op on Saturday, ready
for inspection, and on Sunday wi l
make a trial trip Marshal Packard,
the ftimous steamboat auctioneer, of
New Orleans, announces that he will
sell on June 17th, the steamboat City of
Cairo, her boats, tackle, etc., as she
now lies in Algiers. Terms, cash at
time of sale.
ji ' ""
Attend Bo berwoii's Business Col lege.
Armstrong's Photographic Gallery.
No 21 1 Main street. Three faultless geni
pictured for fifty cents.
J. B. F AIRES OK
At Conrt Square Stables. .Hales art
Horses for sale.
Use Rumford Yeast
are cheapest made.
Stjtteb, tailor, 46 Jefferson.
Wayne's First Premium Beer
Coolers, all sizes, at H. Wetter A Co.
American Refrigerator preserves
all kinds of perishable food longer with
lesa ice than any other now in use.
h. we iter a CO.
BY BOOTH & BAKED.
LARUE SALE Of HOL'HEHOLD
WE WILL HELL, THIH
Wednesd&j Morning, June 11th,
Commencing at ii) o'clock,
A large lotof Household Furniture, con si utinf
of Bells, Bedsteads, llureauH, Wardrobex, la
bia". vV'aKciHtaudK, Mattresses, new and seeotld
Uanil i -:.e'. Ete. Also, one fine mil 1X1
rouui set 1- uruitore.
Irwe line of DRY OK)0H, NOTION.", KT
Three vorjr fine aueouti-uand Gold V'at.:iiea.
Jell Aaclioaesrs, ai Main s; reet.
Sale of Valuable Lot on Ten
E will e
abUe auction, to the blah
tmm asj . Jam ta, mn :
SMALL LOT OF FITE FTR5I1TRE,
at 34 n Soto "Mtreet.
THIS MOR.TIXG. at 11 o'clock.
A. M. HTODDARD A CO.. Amttio;
3 ..te MM mf Dry Gesde, ?mea.
Hats. lowers. Etc., Jotf U."- . . .1,
By A. E. Fraaklaad, 195 A 197 Main IL,
THIS M0KN156, AT 10 O'CLOCK.
Real Estate at
ft BBS IIS.
Use Rumford Yeast
grocers sell them.
Go TO Leddin's Busiuess College.
FOR CAIRO A5D BT. I1OUI8.
Memphis and St. Loots Packet Company
For Hickman. Coinmnun, Cairo and St. LMdr.
Btr. CITY OF VICKaBClUi, JTa
R. K. Riley niiuiterjadSaanC
accompany them ! !fS5 2 soove THIrt DAY Jone lltn' '
.e . . 111 ci f nek M.m.
The Commonwealth waited at New Or
leans for goods in txnd from steamship
St. Louis An Evausville paper says
the Idlewild beat the "trreat low-press
ure" in the Ohio, on .bnaay last
Captain Tom Boluss has commenced
wrecking the defunct steamer Commer-
lal at Evansville The fire depart
ments- of St. Louis, Evausville, and one
or two other villages, are used in cleans
ing the mud from the levees. Memphis
is too much ot a metropolis lor tnat
The Mary Houston has awaiting her
here on the landing three hundred and
?eventy-pine bales of cotton One
hundred boles of cotton are at the land
ing for the Charles Bodmann, due to- 1
day on her way to New Orleans On
the second instant the May Lowry tietl
up at the mouth of White river, one
hundred and twenty miles above Ran- '
dall, by river, in consequence tof both
boilers being burned. Captain Barr went '
down to Sioux City for material to re
pair seventy-nine rases came in on
one of the railroads yesterday. They
were, however, full cases of boots and
shoes The river has cut away the
batik at Hatchie lake, a few miles above
here, to within one hundred and fifty !
yards of the lake, and is rapidly Hearing
the lake Bailey, of tne Dan bury !
yews, is now eDjoying the pleasures of a 1
western tour, and writes to his paper as
follows: "There was no dock at Hanni
bal. There are very few docks along the
Mississippi. The boats are so construct-
ed to run close up to the shore,
and even upon The shore, and over a
fence, if necessary." This hardly seems
probable, and perhaps it isn't
1 he Addle Jouuson resnipped nve
thousand sacks of oats on the Glencoe
for New Orleans The several banters
MAIN ST. STOREHOUSE
ON THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1873,
We will aell to Ute bigbeM bldlr, that valua
ble buaineM property,
NO. 213 MAIN STREET,
Seat to (fee corner of Malm awl Adauis
ir :i :l t
WOHO Jc BI LaLET,
S3 Jfjvtisoo Street.
Hit nonae, lour storie I
cellar anil efatern : alley I
la street. Sow renin for i
(ourtli sUiry reserve-1.
; balance :n tlx, twelve
TREZ VAYT k CO.
AD. STORM. Treanuri,r.
m I iiave forty lots In the division of my
horn plaee, H) by I.i feet. Also, my R& E
DCffCE, with two acres attached, oa WaJaa t
street, which 1 desire to saiL Alao, lota front.
Imj on the river, wpt or the Oayoso bouse..
Persons dertrlnx to pen liaas ean sea me a'
MY OFFICE, No. 373 MAIN S I REET.
JACKSON BLOCK, over Sledge, Mcri.iy a Ot
myll OtnUBT! PIXQV.
OLD R F.I.I MILE."
Memphis and Obto River Poeket to.
Kor Cairo, Louisvme and Cincinnati.
Henry Probasco, ammt
Andy Robinson master
Leaves as above WEDNESDAY, Jane lllh, at
a pun. Kor freight or ajngi apply to
K. D. COMB at t o . AgenU, Mm r ron; it.
FOR NEW ORIiEANri.
at. Loots and New Orleans FtKtkrt Co
I FOll NEW OR.LKA.Na AND THE BKMi.
I Htr. RICHMOND N. S. Green, master
Ben Congar clerk.
Thin elegant psftsenger Reamer
will leave t- above
THURSDAY. Jnne 11th. at 8 D.ni
Henxpnia and t. Louis Paefcet Conapaaj
V. A. Sail Line.
For Helena, Chicot, Greenville, Vlcfcsbcrg
and War Landuim.
Steamer CITY OF HELENA,
Leaves THURSDAY. Jnne IXH, at o p.m.
Jell AD. STORM. Treiuiarer.
FOR ARKABBAfl RIVER.
Memphis and Arkaaaati River Pa skit
Co.-Called Stale-. Sail Una.
For Pine Binffaad Little Rock and ail point
through to Fort Smith.
Str. UTAH T. K. Voorbies, master
1 eaves as above THIS DAY,
.;une lltn, at j o lmiX's. p.m.
Rate of treight to Pine Bluff and beio-v
cents per lmi lbs.; Hour, 40 ttenui per bbl.
JOHN N. HARHLN, Afjent, orSce In
Comnanv's Wbarfboat. footof Court Rtreet.
FOR ST. FRASCIS RIVER.
auttlLaS Tl'fWOlT PACKET
For all Way Lamtlmra on tlie Mlxntsstppl
to Helena. IAnguslle, to Martnana,
,Mir out ht An.lv PhmIpv rurinwr uf the rancid iivr ,rv rtuourtj.
lULOUtr. 1JA U10 UUl.ACT"pi'ilJeiAl-C Tv I Ui Alio
Htr. St. Francis,
n. cowman .v.uu-. -am :'ain Hers
Will leave Memphis as above EVERY TUES
DAY, at I o'clock p.m.
For freight or passage apply on noard. ';18
brother at St, Louis, bae eausetl engineer
Perkins, of the R. t,. Lee, to issue the
following, which we flnii in the Sorth
Louisiana Journal: " The challenge put
forth in the Picayune by Anthony .Pau
ley, to lash tbe Lee and Natchez steam
ers together at the foot of Canal street,
under the pretext of running a race, is
too transparent: it is ' too thin to wash.'
It is evident that it is a mere pretext to
insure for the Natchez better time than
sne ever oeiore mane, aim inns regain mnmn, Mark R. i heeK matr,
her lost reputation for speed; for if lashed Leaves TUEHDAYS and FRIDAYS at r, njn
together, Sir. Pauley will allow no man I connectlngou Tuesday with the light draught
3EXPHIS AND VICKSBURG PIT CO.
For Helena, Friars Point, Napoleon,
and tne Honda.
UNITED STATES MAIL TO NAPOLEON.
Str. A. J. White,
rOUSANDS OF PERSONS WHO HATE
visited these eeiebrated Sprinirs In year
past, will be glad to learn thai ample pro
vlaiun has been made for their accommoda
tion dnring the present season. Ihavebui.la
Lars e and Elegantly Arranged House,
within one hundred yrdn of the Springs, and
will be ploaasd to receive and entertain my
friend.t and the seekers after health anil
pleasure generally. The house and furniture
all new and omplete.
THIS NOTED WATERING PLACE la no
well and so favorably known tnat i deem U
unnecessary to say any thiuK in eu ,
my " W1W - j RALEIGH SPRINGS. TEXC.
YELLOW SuLFHuR SPRINGE
Montgomery Co., Virginia,
WILL BE I Iro
Opened for Visitor June 1, 1S73.
Under the management of Col. N. COBB.
'ITERY extensive Improvements havrt
V made since last season, including a large
new Hotel, with all modern convenience,.
More than six hundred guests can be com
fortably accommodated. This is I :ie most ele
vated, the coolest and best shaded summer re
sort In Virginia.
The mineral water has, for seventy-five
years, been Justly celebrated for Its active
tonic and alterative powers.
Hot and Coal Baths ui mineral water at tlie
command of visitors.
Telegraph, Express and Pnstotflces a;
Bowling Alleys and Billiard Haionni, for
ladies anu gentlemen.
Round Tickets can be procured at all the
Visitors get off at the rhri-1 inn burg Depot,
on the Atlantic. Mississippi and Ohio rail-
iveyed tn comfort a Jle
ence, premising that do effort thall M spared
r -s-a-r-s-vs- mr c ms' I ' i ru
LiLiVLtLl A ?nii a-.
LITTLE EOCE, ARE.
roau. anu win n
coaches i mites I
TERMS OF BOARD:
Per month Wi) 00 Per day J N
Per week IS 00 Month of June in i
Children under ten, and servants, half price.
Ministers of the Gospel will be charged Iwti
th nls of above rates.
This has always been the favorite rusort of
ftviiilies, and every arrangement will be r.iade
for i::eir comfort.
send for Pamphlet containing tint' ut
the water. J. J. J.'WADE.
Proprietors Yellow -ulphur tprlng,
myl Montgomery county. Virainia.
!W This Hotel is new'-:
j The table will be found Inferior to none
I Eastprn cities. Persons viMtintr
ean have ihefx bagioie checked to tile AN
THONY, on application to the baggage mas
ter on train,
aw We euinlov an rnnnana.
rpHE aoove popular Summer Hevort. under I
I the management of Mr. J. T. R 'Bli IN, J
to ' jiut him asunder, auu the Liee will
thus tow the Natchez four miles taster
am lioiir tlian siie ever made in her life. I
They will, of eourse, come out in the ,
race as they started in that is, even.
'Saw, 1 make this proposition : I will bet
twenty-seven thousand dollars Confeile- i
rate money, pay or play, that the Robert i
E. Lee can beat the Rodney ferryboat,
in tow of the Natchez, from Hunt's saw-
mill to Rodney, or anywhere up Cole's '
creek, all the boats to be lashed to a tree
on the bans of bayou Mason. No non- i
sense is meant, but business. Perkins, ;
chief engineer of the R. E. Lee."
Captain Jim White adds that if Pauley
and Perkins should kill each other over
the affair that it would cause all boats to
lay up. as they certainly are the only
competent men in their profession
The Louisville and Thomas Sherlock
have laid up for tbe season at Cincin
nati The supervising inspector-geu-
eral of steamiioats, D. D. Smith, Esq.,
contemplat s laying before congress, at
its next session, a proposition to modify
tbe steamboat law, so as to transfer the
power of pilots, whose licenses have
MM revoked for negligence or viola- 1
tions of the law, from tbe local inspect- i
ore. to the authorities at Washington. :
This step, it is believed, will secure '
more carefulness on tbe part of steam
boat pilots, and violations of tbe rules
will undoubtedly be lees frequent, as the
expenses and trouble of coming to
Washington to secure a revoca-:
tiou pf charges will put pilots
ou thieir guvrd, anil make them
better respectors of the law
steamer J fcissIE at the mouth of white river
for all points on White. Little Red and Btack
rivers, and receipting through for freight.
For freight or passage apply ou lioard or to
GEO. W. CHEEK, Sup't.
lelO No. iifts Front street.
nd servant, '
ELEUA9T SIDE-WHEEL STEAMERS
SAINT PAUL & LAKE SUPERIOR.
Fare, 91S to Mala Paal.
Exearion Tickets sold for the Koaad Trip
TRI WEEKLY LINE
Texas and Bed River.
THROUGH TICKETS sold to Shreveport,
Jefferson and Galveston, and all points ou
Red and Ouachita River-.
Through Bills Ladine itlven to allpoints.
Apply to K. W. LKIHTBCRNE, airent.
Agent St. Louis and New Orleans Packet Co.
" Merchants Southern Packet Co.
" Keokuk Northern Line Packet Co.
jel 290 Pront street.
si Nashville. Tenn.. will h open for tbe re
ception or vtsiuirson the uih lnstan1
Children under twelve years
half price, special rates to lar
Excursion tickets via Memr.
ville railroad, from Memphis
tion and return (distance two h
twelve dollars. Comforible c
Burn's station for the spring
upon the arrival of trtuns.
Trains leave Memphis at :2S;um. and lt:jO
p.m.. and arrive at Burn's Station at 2 p.m.
and 2 turn.
Eor further informatio i, address
J. if. RiBINS()!,
Bon Aqua Springs, via Burn's station, Tenn.
Little Roek, Arkansas.
7LAJW HOTEL IN THE
tea. Stage, Railroad and
i in the bniluing. Express
reduction made in
k. a Di
late oi Ir.rernatlrniK
MIKiS RON FN. CI
CRAB ORCHARD SPRMS,
KENTTCKY. I 1873
FOR FRIAB'8 POINT AND B.EN Di
Hcruphis, Helena and Friar's Point Line.
Steamer PHIL AT.i.rw jr
James Lee MasterjaaHBMf,
Leaves Memphis MONDAY. WSDNEfljTY
and FRIDAY, at 5 o'clock p.m., and Friar
Point every Tuesday, Thursday and b turd ay,
at 10 o'elock ajn.
For rreleht or Darsagc apply .-n b K. mm)
V f?t. Ltoui8 telegram lait night says:
'Captain tbsule has contracteil with
From Missouri and Tennessee to the (Jattling A Co., of ML'trooolis, for two
hartres of one thousand tons each, wnich
he will run in connection with his boat,
the City of Alton, in the New Orleans
trade. This looks like competition with axi
tbe barge line.
FOR ARKANSAS RIVER.
upper lake region aud Ohio, light to
fresh uortherly aud westerly windi and
clearer and partly cloudy weather.
For the south Atlantic States, south
easterly to southwesterly winds and
partly cloudy weather.
For the northwest, falling barometer,
winds shifting to easterly and southerly
and probably clear weather.
For tbe gulf States, cloudy weather,
raiu areas and southerly winds, the lat
ter probably shifting to northeasterly
with clearing weather on Weduesilay
Tbe Alary Houston is due 9u -bis
morning, on her wav to Louisville
The I'tah was over-due last night, from
Sl-.nsnls and Arkaana Kfver Packet
Company V. S. Mall Line.
THE ELEGANT PABBBtfSEB BOATS OF
this line :avp Ve-rnrhls for ill loi'.iia on
Arkansas river TUESDAYS and SATUR
DAYS, at o p.m.
JUH n. OAKlll.l, I4';lli,
OClee ou Wharfnoat. foot court at.
Just before the Falls Pilot left Cairo, a
few days ago, the crew got into a diffl- j
culty, in which one of them a white j
man, was so badly bitten that his recov
mm is doubtful. Tbe wounded man was j
taken to tbe hospital A Cairo house-
mover, says a Cairo correspondent, has :
moved a two-story frame house across j
the Mississippi river from Missouri to
Cairo. Tbe bouse was the residence of
Captain Falls, and situated about one ,
mile above Bird's Point. During the
For Fultou and Intermediate Lano.ngs.
Str. Frank Forest,
T. P. Sexton master,
Will make irl-weekly trips Mondays. Wednea.
davs and Fridays, leavins at S o'clo.-k pjn.
mV,- fr1crht or psiauwre tinplv nn -, -t
FOR THE COUNTRY.
has compelled Captain Falls to move his
bouse frequently, and he Anally con- ;
clndfd to bring it to this side of the river, j
Mr. James Sommerwell undertook ihe i
job fiii- the sum oi tnree nuuureo aonara, i
aif. iiie outer uay accoinpiisue : ne;
tar it, landing it safely on the II! in Jm
ahore opposite. Placing it on rollers, and
cutting aa incline in the bank, he roiled ,
the house on to a couple ot barges and
hal it towed across the river, and moved
off to the bank. He has a mile yet to move
eena Clrcnll I'oarl-Ualsey, Sm0m.
The following cases constitute to-day's
calendar in this court: 2785,3874, 379,
3995, 4004, 4005, 4006, 4007, 4008, 4009,
4010, 401 'Z, 401-J, 4017, 4021, 4021, 4023.
After the above cases are disposed of,
any cases set iu advance may be tried
by oonaent of both parties. The jurj
will probably be discharged to-day. Tbe
court will continue in session, bowevc ,
each day during the week, and alfo on
Monday next, to bear motions for new
trials, sign bills of exceptions, etc.
the Arkansas, and doubtless arrived ! nast few vears the cutting of the river
uuring tne mgnt ine rauiine carroii
is due to-day The Charles Bodmann
will arrive to-morrow morning
on her way to New Orleans Abe
Hutchinson's John Kyle will be down
Saturday morning on her way to New
Orleans The Glencoe will bo due to
morrow on her way south The Rich
mond will be down to-morrow evening.
We are sorry to learn that Dr. Flem
Calvert was taken quite ill at his hotel
on Monday night, but are glad to say
that be was recovering quite rapidly
1 vesterday and doubtless will be out to
day attending to business. He prescribed
for himself and adopted the homeopathy
treatment mustard-plasters and pare
goric Ueorge W. Cheek, Esq., re
turned from Washington yesterday
looking as corporate as a Philadelphia
alderman Captain Bob Riley was in
the citv last evening, but studiously
ttnictious to summon Captaiu Kiley
i fore the wharf and landing committee.
We don't know what the summon
means, but suppose it is in reference to
that big anchor which he relu.ses
LOCATION Six hours run from Louisville,
on the Knoxviile Branch ol tbe Louurviiie
and Nashville Railroad.
How Open for Visitor.
BOARD U'i per week dorian tne months of
June and September.
On July Lst our new and commodious brick I
hotel huildlnu. supplied with all mislern con- !
venjenees, water, a, etc., will be thrown
open to the public, and every effort m;u!e to
assure the emort anil wel'ar of nests.
The Hotel Season will close September IM.
and on th" lath of September me -s-cond
Sesalon of "CBAB ORCHARD SPRING
cOrLEiE" for young ladles, will open, in
chars-i of Prof. Jwo. F. Tauaut and Ujv
aa Prir.cipalH, assisted by a full cor;is of
Pirents having dauehters to edncate nre
the season ; and for in ormatlon in reiird u Eastern Capitiii
Owcy re.j for inAiS uir. TimCBTA.
SrirS IJU mi It !T7X 3SP as
TD Oit SE., unxt dimitr, fir tmn. It I. irrll ulspwo
U in fael. In rrry SaasS M BZST TSAS7 POKDLA
"or utm X7rrSrH, the Camp, ik GmOaf.n
sold Br 'i:;i i ras i dealess cvEsrwHEitr.
iLiHufsctunsi liy DOOLET & BROTHER.
69 NEW STREET, HE W-YORK
The nudersiuned have it t-
propo:- to the people
ii. ty the sstiibllsl:-
the school, will address, by mall, the frln- j of Momphis and riTiniis ihe at
For Crab Orchard Springs Hotel paruptilets meat of a
and circulars, address
SHELBY 4 IHOREU ProprieTort, ,V77IT ,V T7"0 V 7 " 77.A"A
nyj)dw Crab Ororiard. Ky. X V.1 L 1j 1. ! T Jx
j With a capital of fWoo.eiHl . ,r slMMN, ccn-
ditioned ; iat lie . Memphi.-i
snbHcnbe for one-third only of the capital
I Wo deem it unnecessary to call t he attention
I of our busiuess community to the great ad
vantages to result from this liberal proposi
tion to bring capital to our city, and hope it
will meet iheir prompt response.
Citizens and others will be called apon for
snbscnptlons of stock, that the organlaation
may be completed without delay, as our
friends are now ready to furnish Lheir share
of the capital.
Subscriptions may aiso be made with either
of the underslirned. AMOW WOODRCFF.
J. J. MR
T. A. NELSON.
Memphis, Jlay 11, 1ST". myl."
BLUE RK6E SPRINSS,
BOTETOURT C0C5TT, TA.
THIS pleasant SUMMER RESORT Is de
Ughtxnlly located on the Western Slope
af the Blue Ridge Mountains near the suni
mit), anu immediately on the line of ihe At
lantic, Mississippi and Ohio Railroad.
Open for Visitor Jane 3, 113.
IT IS THE POPULAR CURE for Dyspep
sia and Its numerous evil attendants.
Descriptive Pamphlets sent to any add:
TERMS OF BOARD :
By the season
By the two months...
My tne one month
S13 per month
50 per month
56 per month
By the week .....
By the day .
Children and servants half pru
Musi Kisld, M. V., Resident
PHIL. . BROWN,
For former narticuiars, adiires:
DR. J. HERBERT CLAIBORNE.
President of Springs Co.. Petersburg, Va
The Wjbki,y Apphal has no superior In
Believing the advancement of our common
industrial, commercial and atrrl cul tural pros.
it h.it(hinb hitnii.(rtwn i.nn.irH.i perlty, to be the chief end of genuine jonrnal
lt, but thintts ne can ciear two uunureu sm ttle ApPBAI, w1ll make tneee paramount
dollars ou the con tract "Walt," writ- objects.
Every county and town of prominence
should have good papers. The Appbai, does
not propose or desire to supplant or interfoie
with ihe weekly country papers. On the con
trary, it will club with them an the most lib
eral terms, and co-operate with them for mu
tual protection, and In all plans for advancing
The following cases are set for trial to
day : 555. William Johnson ; 404, Jesse
Reed ; 43o, A. Clark Brewer and L. S
ing to the Cincinnati Commercial says:
" Home cases i d ciiolera-morbus, or i
something very like cholera, occurred
last night and to-day, but yielded easily
to treatment. Flies are plentiful in the
city, Which shows thai the atmosphere : the newspaper fraternity, the prosperity uf
is not very poisonous, and that there 18 ; the country, and the welfare of the people,
noimmiiiate danger of an epidemic, j C."-.
Tt llOU llPMH flll'tlll thut lilt iHMlV Of thm ! vnlvini. nn!ltiiol ita-noi nH 1 1 fill MM ItM Cftll-
idetl the wharfmaster, who has in- floater picked up on Sunday last war. gp7Ljj JjJj'gg
ctions to summon Captaiu Riley be- that of a fireman on the Grand Tower , -Xaood reaSS, anUbedef thai the
who fell into the nver irom tne Wheel . party's will when honesuy espreased and
when the Tower was on her down trip, crystallzed in a nomination, is the best ex
The negro's name was Watson, and as I Psionof itteflbcuve power.
ht viu aii iitioortaiit witness HiTainst the I TUB-HH:
year H9 30
steamboat fame, who years ago com
anehur whieh lis refuses ti
mr, fant Will H Uoml.ulru f nhl , tipfrro who killed the mate, and whose i One conv. one
WJUvZ ... ' .. I trial u'irl uuiii iiit nlf it ia Tearwil I halt i Clubs of Five or more, each- 3 o
.iit.iiii i ll mi :ii I ll". n vruii .lifii i mil- i " .w. ... "'"- - t - - . ......
--j .u r.'i o ..a u,.ti.,nt. lrnivlrwl linn i v erlmarri " Address, in all cases, nut individuals cun
other Ixiats. and who recently has been ' Suuduy's St. Louis Time says: "The
450. R. W. Berrv 514. John l attending to tbe coal interests of Win. : John il. Mauoe was bfuke loose from her
and L. Mlcheletti; 585, Jacob Packer, of Arkansas City, came up on i fasten: n.'-above the elevator early yes-
nected with tliu oflloe, but simply the
Ar-PK.IL, Memphis, Tenn.
CATOOSA 8PRIH6S, 81
THE WHEAT FOUNTAIN (JF HEALTH
ILL BE (1PENED FOR THE RECEP-
tlon ol ' tsiiors jnne 1, 1XTL
Board. Fifty t50 Dollars per Month.
Eor analysis and dercriptive pamphlet, ad-
uswht, frou r.
n :n;ide to
0PICR OP COWfTBOLLSB OP Tl
Whibias, bv tatlKfactory
sen ted tn the nnuarsigned, it hi
Tbe Fourth National Bank ot
in the city at Mflaanhta, in the nly ol
Shelby, and State of lenneisee, aas oeet.
W. C H
WHITE SOliPHUR SPRINGS, ?1
rpHH delightful watering ini.c-e will be open
X for tbe reception of visitors ou the h 1 UST
DAY OE J VT E NEXT.
Extensive additions ot new furuiturn have
been a'ded, and the propriet'-r are making
every arraugement for the ';oiii:rt and con
venience of visitors.
This is Ihe most beautiful and exf, nsivelv
improved of ail tbenum-i tins watering places
In the mountains of Virginia. All the usual
appliances for the comfort and amusement of
the guests are provided, and Ex Herein, Ticket,
Post and TB4.hib.aph Or now aiu fouud here
ror the clr
1. tbe pn
ness of ba
broil ex of
se-i: .1 .
ed Lo ba
tiie -tit' -
Call at Jeaee U Atchiaon' greatly
reduced prices in piquea, embroideries
i and hosiery 224 Main street.
Memphis Steam Dying and Cleaning
establishment, ttl Madison street.
A lady wan is a situation as rovern-
esb in a nrivate familv. Address ( Mara.
Anderson; bltt, Harris Job usou; the Vicksburir last evenihvr, and will re- ; terday ivoruing, but was taught before
Kdward Neiduer; John Sturla; ! main in the city a few days previous to I reaching Uie bridge by the tug Alma,
776, A. 8. Booth ; 825, Jack Hunt; 87S j hi departure for Louisville Captain and sateJy piloted through; otherwise
tieonre 8. Keudall: 921, Henrv Brown ; 1 Wm. MHinirault was out a little while , she woulu have beeu a complete wreck.
381, J. B. Franee: 67e to 580, Charles j vesterday, and will in a few days be j The Rescutiiid Alma then towed her to nm nnrm ODD Win fi
White; 596. H. Heuck; b'22, Heniy ' ready for business. He "slings" his left j the sectional docks, where she was safe- yffljlfl tlUMflUft IJlRullTO
uunrmau; oo, rrana rjeioeri; ovo, j. arm yet, nowevor, anu will ior severaij ly isuuoi.
weeks to Come. Mteauiboal Kalea -Xew Bonla.
aewe Drift. Thomas Heed and the Barker Broth-
Five years ago, says a Chicago tele-! ere, of the Covington rail mill, are
gram received yesterday, the steamer building a miniature sidewheel boat for
!Sea Bird, of tbe Croodrich transportation pleasuring. Her dimensions are about
company was burned on lake Michigan, ' as follows: Length, thirty-five feet;
near that city, and many lives were lost, j beam, six leet, aud depth of hold, two
Yesterday the company filed a petition ami a half leet. Warden, McClelland
setting forth that several suits had been! Co. are building hei engines, which
on the Va. and
and 0. R. ii. is I
the car for the f
I'.onnd uip tit
C. A. CALUOV
lent Partner a
assume the maj
I t tike
is oau lie procured at all t
ior twelve yeait; the Ri
lie Alleghany -prings,
Buchinani; 736, E. O. Bannon; 783, A.
Bartoloniie; 795, George Miller; Wil
liam Hilderbrand; 801, L. Buchanan i:
868, George Nesbitt; 882, Mack Moody;
881, Ed. Shaw; 734, Charles Smith.
Awnings, Mosquito Bars.
J. P. LALLEMANDfS,
$10 second street.
Use Rumford Yeast Powders. They
are tbe cheapest made.
Memphis Steam Dying and Cleaning
Mtabliahment, 91 Madison street.
coninienct d against them for loss of life j will have cylinders four inches in dia
aud property, to an amount much ! eter and six inches stroke It is ex
greater than the value of the steamer. I pected that tbe new mountain steamer
and asking that on their paying into j Josephine will be completed and ready
court such value they mav be discharged I to take her departure next Saturday
IAMOOS for their Alterative waters and 1
fasliionaDle patronage, ,.RE NO vV OPEN. ;
J hey are 3800 feet above Ude-waler. affoidiiig I
entire relief from prostrating sttniniur heat.
Capacity for accommodating 2000 persons. .
Chargee S3 30 per day, til per week, and SM
We are aiso proprietors of the Swent Cha
lybeate Springs, sixteen miles from the White,
known for their unsurpassed Nervine tonic
waters and bathing advantages.
White sulphur Water kept here for the use ,
of visitors without charge. Terms S3 per
day. S70 per month.
Direct Telegraphic and Express oommunica- i
tion with boih Springs. .
myifO O. L. PEYTON a CO, '
We employ none but ine most exuerienced I
-tfTvants, auu our aupplissof every description i
will be selected irom the best the country ana j
oil iss afford.
TERM il 50 per day : SIS per week : f per I
monlh; lor the month of June, HO. Children .
under 10 and over 12 years old and servants, 1
half ft te.
U&LUUU.t, WllON ik IHWA.N.
myl eod f roprleiors.
CAPON SPRINGS AKD BATHS,
H AMPSHIRE CO., W EST Va.
ANY one In search of a really Medicinal
Mineral Water and Bath, and at the -ame
time a moat charming and attractive 'uniiiwr
resort, will do weil to Drooare snil reaii our
descriptive pampbleu 1'arms, ls and sul fmf
week, with discounts on faaaily bih.-. as 'taia
in pamphlet. Apply to i. W. ' lyES & CO.,
tln:io;N URninnV or bv OSSl 1 to
ill IM m ii ar. MMsiW. s
; HAVE JUST BECEI'
&D a large nut -
N. 1 SaddJe and Harness Horsfs,
from Uhe'hyville. Kwtnafcy. Those tesBtrng
to pnrohass will do wall lo call and ezaaui
before buying elsewhere. . ..
J. A. f tJjvKET.
my CUT 3tabiaa, No. 78 HI t